Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 (Lumix DMC-TZ6)

Announced Jan 27, 2009 •
10 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 25 – 300 mm (12×)
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Well as some of you will know from previous posts of mine,, I'm not the most technically minded guy on here so hopefully this question is not a daft one,,, I've never thought that my TZ35 / ZS25 has given me as good a photo as my old TZ6 / ZS1 and although on my recent holiday probs 95% of all snaps were taken with it,, I'm still not as confident using it as my old one, so,,,,,, If I turned the setting down from 16mp to 10mp,, would it give me a better photo as your using/putting less mp on...
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I wondered if any of you guys could help with some suggestions on a good camera/lens combo for taking close up photos of flowers. I've been using two compacts for quite a while (Panasonic TZ6 & LX5) and have taken the liberty of posting a few shots here to show you what I've managed with them. I"m now looking to go back to a DSLR cam & lens purely for taking more flower shots,, looking for better iq, possibly to print a few for a change. I have in the past owned/used D80"s and D5000. The down...
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I bought an used camera - Lumix DMC-ZS19 and I am not sure how to do this operation.  How do I focus the subject (in my case - a bird) during recording? When I start with 1x zoom and start recording the video and then zooming onto the bird - the focus goes out.  Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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I'm trying to decide which camera would suit my needs better, the Canon SL1 or the Panasonic FZ70. Here's some quick background. I've been using a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 for years now. Mostly taking pictures indoors of family events or landscape photos when hiking. Occasionally, I'd take a movie. I like the 12x optical zoom for being able to get in close on some subjects. I took it with me on a mission trip to Africa, and found the zoom wasn't nearly enough for some of the animals we could...
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Will Panasonic put out a ZS ? 37, the ZS40 without the GPS/WIFI, like they did the ZS27 (ZS30) and ZS19 (ZS20) ??  That is what I want to replace my ZS19.  BC Bob
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I have been seeing a white haze on part of the LCD screen which also comes out in photos.  It appears near light sources like windows, mirrors and lamps.  Someone else in forum asked about this problem also but did not get an answer.  Generally, to send my camera for repairs will cost almost what I paid for new camera 18 months ago.  It is out of warranty.  I want to make sure the camera needs repair and it's not a matter of using a particular setting around light sources.
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Hi there, Just bought a manufacturer refurbished ZS19 from a seller on Amazon. When I plug it in, the charge light doesn't come on. Anyone experienced similar problems and have a hint? Might try changing out the battery if my local store has the right one tomorrow. Then it'll have to go back to the seller or be repaired.
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Right,, lets hope I can explain this correctly,,,,,,, I have the LX5 on which I fit the LA6 adapter tube so I can use a Circ Pol filter & the LWA52 Wide angle lens, now,, On my old TZ6/LZ1 I have a "Priscillia" Adapter ring, 37mm ,, see www.pemaraal.com so I can use a Circ Pol filter. via a  37/52mm step up ring, now,, I want to use the LWA52 WA + LA6 tube on the TZ6/LZ1 but,,,,,, Both the step up ring ,  and the LA6 tube  have their 52mm threads on the insides,, so is there (probs not) any...
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I've been looking for a high quality/small in size photo/video camera to shoot my kids who are 2 and 4. * Tried various point and shoots(Panasonic ZS1, Canon 280) under $500. Pictures of them indoors, going down a slide, jumping or just running around are blurry and dull. * Wife has a Canon Rebel from 2007 but it is too large to take often, can't shoot in burst flash mode for more then a couple pics and also doesn't capture them so well while in motion. * Use it mostly in auto or aperture...
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Greetings, While I quite like my ZS19 and FZ200 their diminutive sensors and their inherent lack of dynamic range is frustrating unless conditions are well/evenly illuminated. Of course this is not always the case and more so when interesting light presents itself for scenic captures. I find overcast days especially difficult and even raw files from the tiny sensors simply lack the data for acceptable retrieval in post. The LX7 is an attractive prospect especially as it has an ideal range for...
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